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2011年广东省广州市中考英语试题及答案 副本


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2011 年广州市初中毕业生学业考试
一、听力(共两节,满分 35 分) 二、语言知识及运用(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节单项选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 16. How dangerous! She was driving the car with one hand and

holding an ice cream with ____. A. the other B. another C. others D. other 17. _____ they are very tired, they feel happy because they‘ve finally finished their project. A.So B. Although C. If D. But 18. Yesterday evening, I _____ along the street when I suddenly met my maths teacher. A. walk B. walked C. was walking D. am walking 19. The story ______ I read the newspaper was about a common problem among teenagers. A.whose B. who C. that D. where 20. May I have a rest? I have already finished ______ the report. A. write B. writing C. to write D. written 21. –Excuse me, can I smoke here? --No, ______. A. you must B. you‘d not betterC. you can D. you’d better not 22. –I feel a bit hungry now. -- Why not _____ for dinner with us? A. go B. did you go C. to go D. do you go 23. The actress is already 50, but she looks ______ than she really is. A. young B. more young C. more younger D. much younger 24. I hear the tall girl wearing glasses is your new classmate. She‘s from America, _____ ? A. has she B. isn‘t she C. hasn‘t she D. does she 25. I can‘t remember _____ I put the book, and I need it for my homework now. A. where B. how C. what D. why 第二节语法选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) Jack worked in a shop that sold clocks. He was always telling Harry26a new clock. But Harry,27lived next door to Jack, said he didn‘t need one. ―28needs a clock,‖ Jack said. ―How do you know when it‘s time to get up?‖ ―My landlord Mr. Smith turns on his radio at seven o‘clock and listens29the news,‖ Harry said. ―That‘s my morning call.‖ ―Ok. But how do you know when to go to work?‖ ―By the time I30my breakfast, it‘s eight o‘clock, time to leave for the office. Then I walk there. When I arrive at my office, it‘s nice o‘clock. That‘s31time I start work.‖ ―Ok. But how do you know when it‘s time to go home?‖ ―The factory bell32‖ Harry told him. ―But how do you know when it‘s time to go to bed?‖ ―The television programs come to end.‖ By now Jack was really33. ―Ok,‖ he shouted. ―Now tell me what would happen34you woke up in the middle of the night and wanted to know the time.‖ ―That‘s easy,‖ Harry said, ―I would knock heavily on35wall. Then you would shout at me, ?What are you doing knocking on my wall at three o‘clock in the morning?‘‖ 26.A. to buy B. buying C. bought D. buy 27.A. which B. whose C. that D. who

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CCNU 版权所有 共同保护 ELIZA 28. A. No one B. Neither one C. Everyone D. Someone 29. A. at B. to C. in D. on 30. A. eats B. have eaten C. ate D. was eating 31. A. a B. an C. the D. 不填 32. A. ring B. rings C. was rung D. ringing 33. A. anger B. angrily C. angry D. angering 34. A. if B. that C. why D. how 35. A. his B. their C. her D. your 三、完形填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) It was the last day of school and I planned to travel to my friend‘s hometown. I hadn‘t seen him for years and this was a good36to meet him again. I was busy at school so it was rather37when I came back home. It was already 10 o‘clock at night. Time was running out. After a hurried meal I left.38I found a taxi very soon. Asking the driver to drive me fast to the station, I relaxed for a while, imagining what my friend looked like now. I was soon at the station and was sure that I would be able to 39the train. Unfortunately, I fell on the way and lost some time. To my complete40, when I reached the platform, I saw that the train had just left! It was the last train so I had to41home. My mother was glad to see me back as she had a feeling about my trip. But I was unhappy. I tried to relax and went to bed but I had a42sleep. The next morning I was very tired. As I was having breakfast the43arrived. I read over the pages and was shocked to44that the train I missed had had an accident. How45I was that I missed the train! 36.A. sign B. chance C. sense D. dream 37.A. strange B. cold C. late D. quiet 38.A. Finally B. Suddenly C. Strangely D. Luckily 39. A. stop B. see C. catch D. miss 40. A. satisfaction B. hope C. surprise D. joy 41. A. call B. leave C. reach D. return 42. A. deep B. bad C. great D. heavy 43. A. newspaper B. ticket C. mild D. train 44. A. find B. hear C. feel D. remember 45. A. hopeful B. thankful C. careful D. painful 四、阅读理解 (A ) One day a man saw an old lady standing by her expensive car, clearly in need of help. So he stopped his old truck and got out. Although he was smiling, the old lady was worried. Was he gong to hurt her? He didn‘t look safe. The man could see that she was frightened, so in his friendliest voice he said, ―I‘m here to help you, madam. Why don‘t you wait in the car where it‘s warm? By the way, my name is Bryan Anderson.‖ Bryan quickly fixed the car and the lady thanked him. Then she asked how much she should pay him. But Bryan wanted no money. He was just giving a hand to someone in trouble. This was normal for him. He said, ―If you really want to repay me, next time you see someone in need, help them and think of me.‖ After saying goodbye, the lady continued down the road until she reached a small caféwhere she decided to stop for something to eat. As the pretty waitress took her order, the lady noticed she was nearly eight months pregnant(怀孕). Although the waitress looked tired she was very kind. As the lady was going to pay the $10 bill she remembered Bryan‘s words. She paid with a hundred-dollar bill. But when the waitress returned with the change the lady was gone. On the table she saw a small note. There ware tears in her eyes when she read it: ―Somebody once helped me the way I‘m

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CCNU 版权所有 共同保护 ELIZA helping you. If you want to pay me back, continue being kind to others.‖ Under the note were nine more $100 bills. Was the old lady an angel? The waitress was so excited that she called her husband to tell him the news. ―Bryan Anderson my dear?you‘re not going to believe what just happened?‖ 46. When the lady saw Bryan, she was worried because she thought_____ . A. he may hurt her B. he wasn‘t going to stop C. he couldn‘t help her D. she didn‘t have enough money 47. What can we learn about the old lady from the story? A. She was never kind to others.B. She was usually quite careless. C. She was probably very rich.D. She was not a very good driver. 48. The underlined expression ―giving a hand to(Paragraph 3)is closest in meaning to ―____‖. A. questioning B. helping C. hurting D. calling 49. The underlined word ―it‖ (Paragraph 5) refers to ―____‖. A. the change B. the bill C. the note D. the order 50. Which of the following shows the relationship between the man, the lady and the waitress?

(B) Frankenstein is one of the world‘s most famous horror stories. It‘s about a doctor who creates a new man from the body parts of dead people and brings it to life. But the experiment goes wrong and the monster(怪兽) kills the doctor and many others. The story has been read by millions since it was first published and in the last hundred years it has been made into dozens of movies. Many people are surprised to learn its writer was a 19-year-old woman, called Mary Shelley. Mary was born into a rich London family in August 1797. She was educated by her parents and when she was 13 decided to become a writer. In 1812, she met the famous writer Percy Shelley and they soon got married. Sadly for Mary, their first child died soon after birth in Italy. In her diary, Mary wrote about a dream: ―I dreamt that my little baby came to life again—that it had only been cold and that we rubbed it before the fire and it lived.‖ In 1816, Percy Shelley and 19-year-odl May visited the poet Lord Byron at his home in Switzerland. Because of the bad weather they stayed indoors reading horror stories. One night, Byron asked everyone to write their own story. Mary thought of her dream and wrote the story Frankenstein. Frankenstein was published when Mary was 21, and became a huge success. Many people didn‘t think a 19-year-old woman could write so well and believed her husband was the real writer. Although famous, Shelley‘s life was full of sadness. Only one of her four children lived and in 1822 her

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CCNU 版权所有 共同保护 ELIZA husband died in a swimming accident. Mary was broken-hearted and decided not to marry again. She devoted herself to her child and continued to write until her death in 1851. 51. What do we know about he story Frankenstein? A. It was really written by Mary Shelley‘s husband.B. It was been read by millions of people. C. It was written to remember Shelley‘s husband.D. It is the most famous story in the world. 52. Where was Mary Shelley when she wrote the story Frankenstein? A. In England. B. In Italy. C. In Switzerland. D. In France. 53. In which order to the following take place? a. Bad weather made everyone stay indoors reading horror stories. b. The story Frankenstein was first published. c. Mary wrote about a dream in her diary. d. Mary met the famous writer Percy Shelley. e. Movies based on the story of Frankenstein were made. A. a, c, b, e, d B. d, c, a, b, e C. c, a, b, d, e D. b, a, d, c, e 54. How old was Mary Shelley when she died? A. 43 B. 48 C.51 D. 54 55. What can we learn about Mary Shelley from this passage? A. She experienced a lot of sadness in her life.B. She wasn‘t considered a good writer during her life. C. She was educated at her local school.D. She became very rich because of the story Frankenstein. (C) I am a professor of sports and exercise so I often deal with nervousness in my research with sports people. Actually, most people experience nervousness at some time or another. If you are feeling anxious, my advice is to first find the cause or causes. Make s list of those things that are making you nervous and work out which ones you can do something about. Focus all of your efforts on managing the causes that you can control. Most people cannot tell the difference between controllable(可控制的) and uncontrollable causes, so things they can‘s control become a big reason for nervousness. Dealing with this is very important if people want to keep a healthy mind. Simply try to accept the uncontrollable causes of nervousness. You might be worried about the weather on a big day, an accident or an attack on the train, or perhaps just things that other people are doing at work. The results may be very important but there is still no use worrying because you can‘t control any of these things. Accept that you can‘t control everything. Once you understand this, it becomes easier not to worry. If a situation, such as swimming, is causing you to be anxious, try to face it as often as possible so that you can get used to it. It can often help to think about yourself doing the thing that makes you nervous—then close your eyes and imagine it going well. Imagine how the flight or job interview is going to happen so that you can get used to it. This will help you understand that the thing you fear most is probably not going to happen. 56. Who wrote this passage? A. A reporter. B. A sportsman. C. A patient. D. A professor. 57. The writer thinks there is no use worrying about some causes of nervousness because____. A. most are not very importantB. they are not the real causes of the problem C. they cannot be controlled by peopleD. it‘s better to deal with one cause at a time 58. If swimming makes you nervous, what should you do according to the writer? A. Go swimming often to get used to it.B. Avoid going to the swimming pool. C. Find a swimming teacher.D. Imagine watching others swim.

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CCNU 版权所有 共同保护 ELIZA 59. What is true about nervousness according to the passage? A. It usually has only one cause.B. It is usually caused by people. C. People can easily manage it.D. Most people suffer from it. 60. What is the main purpose of this passage? A. To introduce the writer‘s sports experience.B. To advise on how to deal with nervousness. C. To help people remember their fears.D. To explain the dangers of nervousness. (D) Welcome to the 2012 London Olympic Games! Archery Archery has a 10,000 year history, when bows and arrows were first used for hunting and war. Archery first appeared at the Paris Olympics of 1990. It was removed after 1908 and only returned to the Olympics at Munich in 1972. Did you know? In the 14th century, archery was so important that as English law required every man, aged seven to 60, to practise it. Badminton This sport was invented by British soldiers in India who called it Poono, the same name as the town in which they lived. It was first played at the Olympics in 1992 at Barcelona. Although the rules of the modern sport were developed in England, Asian countries are now the best. Did you know? The best balls are said to be made from the feathers of the left wing of goose. Football There are two medal competitions for Olympic football, one for men‘s teams and one for women‘s. Football was first played at the 1908 Olympic Games and it has been played at every Olympic Games ever since, except for Los Angeles 1932. Did you know? Hungary has won three football gold medals-more than any other country. Taekwondo This Korean sport‘s name means ―the way of the hand and foot‖. The players get points by hitting each other with these two parts of the body only. The players mustn‘t lie on the floor and no equipment can be used. Taekwondo first appeared at the 2000 Sydney Games. Did you know? Over 60 million people from 190 countries around the world regularly take part in this sport. 61. Who invented the sport of badminton? A. Indians. B. British. C. Chinese. 62. Which of these sports appeared earliest at the Olympics? A. Archery. B. Badminton. C. Taekwondo. D. Koreans. D. Football.

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CCNU 版权所有 共同保护 ELIZA 63. Which sport was first named after a town? A. Badminton. B. Football. C. Taekwondo. 64. Which of the following picture shows the sport of ―Taekwondo‖? A. B. C.

D. Archery. D.

65. Where can you most probably find web page? A. Sydney 2000.com B. Beijing 2008.comC. Guangzhou 2010.comD. London 2012.com 五、写作(共三节,满分 30 分) 第一节单词拼写(共 5 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 根据下列句子及所给单词